Pakistan-Indus Civilization: Clues to an Ancient Puzzle, June 2000 National Geographic Magazine

The Indus Valley civilization was a highly organized, successful culture existing 2,800 to 1,900 BC in Pakistan and India. Archeological findings show Harappan culture predates Mesopotania by 200 years flourishing in written language and a system of measure for trade. As the Indus River changed its course, people moved with it, taking parts of the culture that can still be found today. Bird hunters, pottery and brick makers, the fascinating lala wallies are ties to this past. Photographs...
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